Experience life in an emergency department
Practitioners of emergency medicine (doctors and nurses) must be able to adequately deal with high-stress, rapid medical detective work, as well as make split-second decisions that can make the difference between a patient’s life and death. This is usually carried out in the most intense department of a hospital – casualty.
As greatly skilled professionals, doctors and nurses must undergo demanding training as medical students, must be able to extract important information from patients that they may have overlooked (or are unwilling to share) all while having extensive insight and readily-available knowledge into a plethora of injuries and illnesses.
With this course, provided by Global Edulink, a UK-leading online training provider, you get to experience the high drama of an emergency ward whilst gaining in-depth and comprehensive knowledge of the type of training only medical students would acquire. These comprehensive lectures are a thrilling introduction to emergency medicine and covers such topics as:
- Triage in emergency medicine
- Thinking fast in emergency medicine
- Treating the patient and the family
- Altered mental status
- Treating insect and animal bites
- An insight into fever
- Preventative medicine
- Exercise and its health benefits
- How to stay safe in an emergency department
- Emergency medicine for travellers
Who is it for?
Those who have a general interest in the medical field.
- Those who already work in, or are thinking of working in, medicine
Benefits you will gain:
- High quality e-learning study materials and mock exams.
- Tutorials/materials from the industry leading experts.
- 24/7 Access to the Learning Portal.
- Benefit of applying NUS extra Discount Card.
- Recognised Accredited Qualification.
- Excellent customer service and administrative support.
- This course is available to all students, of all academic backgrounds. However, a sound academic background would be an advantage.
- Learners should be ages 18 or over to undertake the qualification.
- Basic understanding of English language, literacy, numeracy and ICT are required to attend this course.
Method of Assessment:
At the end of the course learners will take an online multiple choice question assessment test. This online multiple choice question test is marked automatically so you will receive an instant grade and know whether you have passed the course.
Successful candidates will be awarded a certificate in Emergency Medicine for Everyone.
This course would be beneficial for the following careers:
- Medical Student
- Consultant Emergency Medicine
- Specialty Doctor in Emergency Medicine
- Locum Doctor in Emergency Medicine
- General Practitioner
|1. modern triage in emergency medicine|
|01 Modern Triage in Emergency Medicine||00:27:00|
|02 Fast Thinking & Emergency Medicine||00:30:00|
|2. thinking again and emergency medicine|
|03 Thinking Again and Emergency Medicine||00:31:00|
|3. diagnosis is the story.|
|04 Diagnosis is the Story.||00:30:00|
|4. identify hidden clues in the emergency department|
|05 Identify Hidden Clues in the Emergency Department||00:31:00|
|5. working with patient and family|
|06 How to Treat the Patient and the Family||00:29:00|
|6. define and treat chest pain|
|07 What Causes Chest Pain?||00:30:00|
|08 Treat the Cause, Not the Symptom||00:30:00|
|7. the purpose of casualty|
|09 Need of the Emergency Department||00:29:00|
|8. a study of altered mental status|
|10 Overview of Altered Mental Status||00:29:00|
|9. simple symptoms of serious illness|
|11 Identify Simple Symptoms of Serious Illness||00:28:00|
|10. protect yourself first in an emergency|
|12 Protect Yourself First in an Emergency||00:27:00|
|11. how to treat insect and animal bites?|
|13 How to Treat Insect and Animal Bites?||00:30:00|
|12. casualty – healthy paranoia and the missing piece|
|14 Identifying the Missing Piece in an Emergency Diagnosis||00:29:00|
|15 Identifying Healthy Paranoia in Emergency Medicine||00:28:00|
|13. fever, friend or foe?|
|16 Fever, Friend or Foe?||00:28:00|
|14. treat pain effectively|
|17 Always, How to Treat Pain?||00:30:00|
|15. an ounce of prevention|
|18 An Ounce of Prevention||00:29:00|
|16. taking a step back in casualty|
|19 Understanding the Big Picture in Emergency Medicine||00:27:00|
|17. exercise and good health|
|20 Are Exercises Good for Your Health?||00:29:00|
|18. stay safe in casualty|
|21 How to Stay Safe in the Emergency Department?||00:28:00|
|19. understanding emergency medicine for travelers|
|22 Understanding Emergency Medicine for Travelers||00:30:00|
|20. learning from the past|
|23 Learn Emergency Medicine Lessons from the Past||00:32:00|
|24 Learning from the Emergency Department||00:28:00|
|MOCK:Emergency Medicine for Everyone||00:40:00|
|Exam: Emergency Medicine for Everyone||00:40:00|